Stacey Isom Campbell received an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Old Dominion University (2005), where she was the recipient of a teaching assistantship, as well as the David Scott Sutelan Memorial Award. Her play Letters to John Lennon was nominated for three Portfolio Awards, including Best Writer of a New Play. Her play Smokin’ Devils was selected to The Barter Theatre’s Festival of Appalachian Plays & Playwrights, given a workshop production by Red Clay Theatre, and awarded second place in Plays for the 21st Century at the Playwright’s Theatre. Her one-act play Touching Aurora was produced by the Pittsburgh New Works Festival. A Proportional Response received an Honorable Mention in First Stage LA’s One-Act Contest and is published in the Tusculum Review. Her short play, California Dreamin’, was produced by Third Course: Theatre in Austin and Atlanta (2010) and deemed a Finalist in the EstroGenius Festival at the Manhattan Theatre Source (2012). Her play, On the 8s, was a semi-finalist at The O’Neill Center (2011), a Play Lab selection at The Great Plains Theatre Conference (2012), and received workshop productions at Lee University’s Writer’s Festival and Third Course: Theatre in Austin. Dough & Cookies has received two workshop productions at Lee University’s Writer’s Festival (2013) and Third Course: Theatre (2014). She is a Fellow of The Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts (2006), the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (2009), and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico (2010).
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